Week ten of the 2019 Georgia Legislative Session was another positive week for agriculture in the state. Due to being a bit under the weather, Georgia Agribusiness Council (GAC) President Will Bentley was not able to do his weekly recording with Southeast AgNet, but he did provide a quick update of action taking place this week. Bentley noted that HB …
During week eight of the 2019 Georgia legislative session, lawmakers reached crossover day. Will Bentley with the Georgia Agribusiness Council says it was a great week for agriculture.
This was week seven of the 2019 session for the Georgia General Assembly, and according to Georgia Agribusiness Council (GAC) President, Will Bentley, it was an extremely busy week. And Bentley notes a big day is coming up next week.
Week six of the 2019 session for the Georgia General Assembly is underway. Georgia Agribusiness CouncilPresident Will Bentley says the pace has picked up, and he has seen a lot of bills of interest to agriculture.
The Georgia Agribusiness Council (GAC) held their annual meeting and legislative breakfast this week. GAC President Will Bentley says it was a fantastic event. Week four of the 2019 session for the Georgia General Assembly has been taking place this week, and Bentley discusses some bills of interest to agriculture.
Week two of the 2019 session for the Georgia General Assembly was spent mostly discussing budget issues. Georgia Agribusiness Council (GAC) President, Will Bentley, not only looks at what took place this past week, he also told Southeast AgNet’s Randall Weiseman they are looking forward to the GAC Annual Meeting and Legislative Breakfast.
Georgia Agribusiness announced that Bryan Tolar has officially resigned from his seat as President effective August 31, 2018. The Council is thankful for Tolar’s service and dedication to the Agribusiness council. They wish Tolar much success in his future and know he will be blessed in all things. Executive Committee is currently accepting interested candidates to fill Tolar’s position. Please …
More discussions of interest to agriculture took place this past week by the Georgia General Assembly. Bryan Tolar, Georgia Agribusiness Council President, says one issue many have been following is the GATE card program. And lawmakers did approve final changes to that. Georgia Legislature Approves Changes to GATE Program